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Do sprats taste like sardines?

Asked: Luc Voyer, Date Created:

The sprats are tiny, and are normally sold canned – just like sardines. ... The canned sprats are very very soft, so even the heads, tails and fins taste the same as the rest of the sprat – you can't tell what part of the sprat you are eating.

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